When life throws you lemons, grab some Tequila and make it worthwhile 😎
The past two days have been difficult and the only thing that's keeping me sane are my books. I've never loved my Kindle more❣️💞 Keeping me company is Mr.Bond to whom I turn to whenever my mind is troubled. He lets me rest my head on his shoulders and makes my pain go away by his magical tales.
We take long walks together, amidst the hills and the mist and he regales me with his memories. We sit in his room by the window, gazing out at the view, not needing many words.I hope you know @ruskinbondofficial what you have created has helped me heal.😍💝💟 Who is that one author you turn to when you want to be comforted?
We’re getting closer to the new Hunger Games book - The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes!
I’ve been so excited to read this book! This is one of my three favorite series of all time! I’m sure I’ll read it all in one sitting!
Are you excited for the new Hunger Games book?
"We’re here to wander through other people’s stories, searching for our own." The Starless Sea by @erinmorgenstern #Review3
This books is like love letters to every reader.
Zachary finds a strange book in Library and strange part is he is in the book. The book leads him to meeting two important people Mirabel and Dorian they lead him to door to stateless sea.
There's a world underneath the world To the depth of the earth called starless sea which has stories of everything. Beginnings and endings, and stories that looking for an ending.
There are stories within stories which is seeking for an ending. And there are stories of fate and time, Simon and a bunny, Owl king, a painter, moon, stars and many others.
And Zachary is stuck between the stories.
Will Zachary finds the end for his story? Will it be a happy ending or is the beginning of story?
The story slowly makes you fall in love and drown you entirely in the depths of Starless Sea.
The best thing about this book is under ground library, cats like lots of cats and books tons of books. Finally stories within the stories . Oh lastly the kitchen, I love you kitchen 😍
The bees, owls, swords, keys and cats, what not?! The author wrote something every reader wants to live in a world like that.
Yesh! I can say that The taste of book still lingers.
I'm beginning to understand that García Márquez really couldn't tell a linear story if his (character's) life depended on it. I think I mostly got what happened in this chronicalling of a murder that everyone saw coming but somehow couldn't prevent (or wouldn't prevent?). There are a lot of birds, letter writing, and waiting for me to consider before I come to a final decision about how I feel about this little novel.
This is the “Little Library” where I donated two of my books. More and more people are supporting these little neighborhood libraries. Great idea for people that love “real” books. The Time Maidens. Amazon.com:Books
This was The book Ralph Ellison was working on prior to his death. The author of Invisible Man is an iconic story teller and one of my authors to highlight this month. As we celebrate Black History month who are some of your favorite writers of African descent? . .
Can we start celebrating the little things as much as we do the big things?
Or even as much as we dwell on how bad our bad days were?
I was thinking about this today because I woke up in a good mood (despite having less than amazing sleep), felt good after meeting my new OB, had a tasty latte, felt productive after getting a few errands done, got myself a blowout because I didn’t feel like washing my own hair, crushed some work tasks and am now eating some yummy takeout and watching the Twilight series.
Pretty damn good day right??
Nothing extravagant happened. It was honestly all pretty basic. But they were little things that made me smile all day.
I hear way too often from babes I chat with on here that “nothing good” happened to them that day but it’s all about your lens babe. Maybe the whole day wasn’t great, but there is always something good.
Appreciate the little things that make you smile and take note of them so you can do them more often.
THAT’S the magic in the mundane 💕
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1 72 hours ago
Thank you so much! I’m glad y’all are enjoying Tiffany and Ryder in Come and Get Me!⠀
Download this hot country hood love story!⠀
Hello, hello my gorgeous book babes! Today has been such an amazing day, just one of those that has made me appreciate life even more and be thankful to be here - the walk to my daughters' school was absolutely beautiful! I felt compelled to take a quick video to show you how lovely everything looked but decided to just enjoy the moment.
I hope you are all having a gorgeous Thursday!
Are you familiar with @owlcrate? Included in their monthly boxes are these very pretty spoiler cards and look at how gorgeous February's was! A little bird told me all of this month's boxes have shipped and I'm excited to see all of your beautiful unboxings. 🖤 All of the February boxes are currently sold out (yay! Congrats OwlCrate team) but you can subscribe to the March "Music of the Night" box. Use my code, FAERIE, to save 10%! 🖤
What is something that makes you happy (book related or not)? Some things that bring me absolute joy are peacefully snowy nights, a hot cup of coffee with hazelnut creamer, seeing my littles hug and/or play with each other, going to the bookstore and beautiful sunsets (we get the most stunning ones here in colorful Colorado!).
Ummmm is there anything that @zotheysay can’t do! Love love loved it. The girl power vibe, the reinvention AND I loved the beauty tips at the beginning of each chapter (I have put a few into place since)
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I’ve been so busy and haven’t updated!!! I loved this book ‘Maggie’s going nowhere’ by @rosehartleywrites I was really rooting for Maggie and I think that just goes to show how well it was written! As soon as I finished, I wanted more. Also love the girl power vibe! - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Not my photo! I returned it before I took a photo because I’m forgetful. Photo by @penguinbooks
“My parents raised me to challenge the system and to question facts when they are presented to me. You have to question the way things are, because curiosity is what drives the future. Questions are the starting point for making any kind of change.”
I read this one a while back and appreciated Michael Bennett’s raw honesty and humor. I learned a lot from this and would recommend it to everyone who holds white privilege and especially those who watch college football and the NFL.
Bookish Facts 📚 "Lord of the Rings author J. R. R. Tolkien worked as both a scholar of languages and on the Oxford English Dictionary before writing his bestselling novels.He researched and explained the etymology of words starting with W. Known words of his include “waggle” and “walrus.” For a man of such erudition, it’s somewhat odd that he consistently told reporters “cellar door” was the most beautiful phrase in the English language. Who knows; perhaps it takes a PhD in Old Norse to understand." 📚
Borrowing books from the library isn't really a thing here in my country so we make do with what we have—also known as, borrowing books from friends! I hope to finish these some time this year.
My apologies for not being as active as I hope I would still be in here. My love for books and reading, however, continues so thank YOU for the awesome photos, book recs and reviews, amazing merchs and hauls, and everything in between. Keep them coming! I still pop in from time to time although I don't always post when I do. x
✧ #readstagram#bookcommunity#bookgram #bookalicious#becauseofreading#booknerds #bookstagramph#readmorebooks#bookishlove ✿
0 424 hours ago
I am a huge Sarah Dessen fan. This one has been on my TBR list since it came out and my hold finally came up from the library (trying to control my book buying). ⠀
Saylor’s dad just got remarried and after a series of coincidences she needs a place to stay while he goes on his honeymoon. Her mother’s family who she hasn’t seen since she was small volunteers and suddenly she’s off seeing a place she remembers only from the stories her mom used to tell her. Now she has cousins, and there’s Roo her childhood best friend that she has more connections to the more she learns about her story. When Saylor’s dad comes back from his honeymoon she doesn’t want to leave, wanting to learn more about her family and herself.⠀
Trigger warnings for death of a parent and substance abuse. This was more of a book of self discovery for me than a romance. Though the romance was sweet and definitely a slow burn at the end. It had all of the things I love from Sarah Dessen a strong heroine. It reminded me a lot of The Truth About Forever one of my favorites of all time. 🌟🌟🌟🌟 if you’re a Dessen fan I would definitely recommend this one. ⠀
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4 234 hours ago
One City... Countless Stories.
Brock – Book 1
It had taken five years for Detective Kallie Redman to become emotionally and psychologically available after her cop-husband devastated their marriage and her career. The Hope City Police Department offered her a new beginning and over a thousand miles between her old life and her new. Being partnered with Brock King didn’t hurt either. He was smart, generous—and too sexy for words.
Placed under a microscope and intense pressure to solve a high-profile murder, homicide detective Brock King didn't need or want a new partner. He managed his stress-filled life via sleep deprivation, a metabolism fueled by sugar and caffeine, and an all-consuming passion for his job. He had little time for anything else—and he was soul-tired of that wash-rinse-dry-repeat cycle. He’d written off finding a woman who’d put up with the odd hours, physical danger, and emotional stress of his job—until Kallie Redman. The woman was wicked sharp, ran on caffeine, and rocked one smoking hot body.
🦊 Wolap lectores!! Hoy os quiero habalar sobre el último libro de una de mis sagas favoritas #elinciensodelosespiritus de #victoriaalvarez ¿Cuál es vuestro libro favorito de la autora❓ 💕🎑 💕Una vez más Victoria me ha maravillado con este viaje que hacemos al Japón más tradicional, de los años 20⛩️. Es la reina de las ambientaciones, 🎑 por lo que aqui disfrutamos, conociendo un poco de su cultura, tradición... ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Diga lo que diga aquí me voy a quedar corta. Acompañar a Helena en sus aventuras ha sido maravilloso. No sé que es lo mejor en sus libros, los personajes, la historia, la ambientación, los misterios, la inmersión en otra cultura, el amor, las portadas, la edición y las ilustraciones de @lehanan_aida. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
En primer lugar, quiero recalcar que esta saga cuenta con unos personajes principales y secundarios magníficos. Aiko, koitso. Pero especialmente, Helena que es única. Ella es fuerza, libertad, tenacidad y frescura, una chica indomable que para la época tenía que ser todo un problema. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
En cuanto a Arshad💕, es mi crush literario desde el primer libro. Es tan dulce, enigmático, atento, con un sentimiento del honor único y protector. Pero lo mejor es que, siempre está ahí, respeta, ama y cuida a Helena de una forma envidiable; pero confiando siempre en que ella y sin intentar cambiarla ni frenar sus pasos.😍
En cuanto al romance simplemente es único, tan real, fuerte y palpable que te enamora segundo a segundo. Aunque el final me tenía en una agonía. Por otro lado, nos encontramos con unos misterios que se encuentran en el límite de lo terrenal y la superstición, donde la frontera entre el mundo de los vivos y los muertos es más difusa de lo que creían, todo ello envuelve la historia en un halo aún más maravilloso e intrigante. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Por último, es imposible no recalcar el trabajo de documentación que hace la autora para traernos estas maravillas sin abrumarnos con tanta información histórica. 💕 🎑 💕 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #bookphotography#booksaholic#booknerds#bookaholic#libroadicta#bookpics#bookstagram#librosgram#instalibros#bookstagrammer
0 234 hours ago
Hola lectore! Hoy les traigo un booktag que Vi hace varios años y siempre quise hacer el #booktag de LOS SIETE ENANITOS 🧚♂️👑
🦄 Sabio - Un libro del que aprendiste. En este caso elegí dos "Historia secreta del mundo mágico" y "Un viaje por la historia de la magia" de ambos aprendí mucho del mundo de Harry Potter, de la vida de J.K y de la magia en general. Recomiendo ambos muchísimo tanto si son fan de los libros o las películas de Harry les van a encantar. .
🦄 Gruñón - Un libro que te haya cabreado muchísimo "Ocho lugares que me recuerden a ti" libro que no me guste para nada y que me da bronca por qué siento que pudo haber tenido potencial para ser otra cosa totalmente distinta y lo que terminó saliendo es malísimo. .
🦄 Mocoso - Un libro que te haya puesto enfermo. Está categoría me deja siempre pensando a qué a punta ¿? Voy a ir un libro que me dejó muy triste en su momento y del que no se sale ileso y ese es "Tan poca vida". Creo que hay que leerlo en un momento muy pleno y feliz de nuestras vidas. .
🦄 Mudito - Un libro que te haya dejado sin habla. En llamas ESE FINAL, ESA ÚLTIMO CAPITULO, ESA ULTIMA LINEA, me dejó completamente en shock. .
🦄 Feliz - Un libro que te haya hecho feliz. Heartstopper es imposible no terminar está novela gráfica sin una sonrisa de oreja a oreja 💖 .
🦄 Dormilón - Un libro que te diera flojera 1984 uff se me hizo muy denso por muchos momentos y muchas veces me dormía pero lo pude terminar y si me gustó. Pero me obligue muchooo a leerlo. Seguramente en unos años lo relea para tener una experiencia más satisfactoria ✨. .
🦄 Tímido - Un libro que te avergüences de haber leído. Diría Cincuenta sombras de Grey pero no lo leí porque me gustará sino por que quería ver qué onda por el hype. Así que voy a decir los libros que adaptan las series de Cris morena casi angeles y aliados, que haber no es que me de vergüenza haberlo leído o que sepan que me gustan mucho pero se que son como mi Guilty Pleasures.
Espero que les haya gustado el Tag y voy a etiquetar a varios para que lo hagan pero sino están etiquetados también pueden hacerlo y etiquetenme para ver sus respuestas. ¿Coincidimos en alguna? ✨💖🦄
9 554 hours ago
Been on a CoHo kick recently, and I have no intentions of stopping! We read Regretting You for our first DFW Bookstagram meetup and not only was it a fun book club pick, and it was great to meet some other Dallas book lovers!
Colleen Hoover always takes her readers on a journey with her books, and this one was no exception. I thought the relationship between Clara and Morgan was really well done, and was quite relatable for any mother/daughter out there. I don’t want to write too much about the plot of this one because I feel like saying anything will give away too much! For anyone who has read though, the best part of our discussion was regarding the letters and the statement Colleen Hoover put out that explained why she made that artistic choice- so go read that if you haven’t!
Also thanks to my sweet friends for surrounding me with beautiful things- makes my enneagram type 2 heart happy🥰
Give Me a Reason to Live
Morosse, the Spike Thumb
Till the Battle's End
Just Another Day
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Would you choose to visit the past or future? - I’d pick past. There are so many historical things I’m curious about! ▪️
In this epic sequel to Once & Future, to save the future, Ari and her Rainbow knights pull off a heist...thousands of years in the past.
All U.S. residents who pre-order Sword in the Stars by April 6th will receive the Knights of the Rainbow enamel pin you see in this photo! Check out the link in JIMMY Patterson’s Instagram bio to submit your receipt and claim your pin.
Swipe left to see a photo of the gorgeous pin and visit my stories for a link with more info. Full summary in comments.
Thank you to @jimmypattersonbooks for sending me a copy of the book and teaming up with me for a great giveaway! Check out how to enter below:
When you were younger, what did you want to be once you grew up? #allthebooksfeb20
I thought this book looked pretty cool with the arch of my bookshelf!😍 I've yet to read this one but I got it in a fairyloot and it sounds pretty cool!
The Starless Sea is getting really exciting now and I can't wait to get back to it!! I lovethe characters and the world building is so incredible and it's just such a cool story!!
Thank you for these reviews! Y’all are amazing! ❤️⠀
If you haven’t read Come and Get Me, you are definitely missing out!⠀
3 116 hours ago
✨📖 RESENHA: SOBRE OS OSSOS DOS MORTOS de Olga Tokarczuk ⭐️⭐️⭐️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
📚Editora @todavialivros ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
📝 “Janina Dusheiko, a excêntrica protagonista desse romance noir (subgênero no crime fiction), narra os acontecimentos estranhos envolvendo a morte de seu vizinho, em uma remota região da Polônia. Logo, outros corpos são descobertos e em Janina cresce a convicção de que é capaz de elucidar os crimes.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🖋 Devo admitir que fui tomada instintivamente pela vontade de ler essa obra primeiro pela capa, ela incomoda, faz o estômago pesar... Então pensei que a história também seria levada na mesma direção.
Como amante e grande defensora dos animais, Janina incomoda no modo como retrata os fatos: o homem não respeita a natureza mais que a si mesmo.
Quando ela vê que seu vizinho morreu engasgado com um osso de corça, passa a refletir sobre a morte de forma filosófica e muito interessante, tocando em pontos que as vezes temos medo de pensar.
Eu não esperava pelo plot twist final, o que foi uma agradável surpresa. Porém a sensação que esse livro deixa é que a autora estendeu ao máximo um livro já curto (250 pg.). Há uma imersão astrológica sobre como descobrir a data da própria morte no mapa astral que pode dispersar o leitor por algumas muitas páginas. Analisando a obra como um todo, fui cativada, imergida e prontamente destituída de armaduras: por não ser vegetariana minha consciência pesou em vários momentos da narrativa. Este livro vai te incomodar, te irritar, te fazer sentir culpa, pena, solidão e um pouco de confusão. Porém eu recomendo! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
📖 E aí, já conhecia esse livro? Qual a sua leitura atual?
4 586 hours ago
|| Opinião || Império de tempestades – Trono de Vidro #5 | @therealsjmaas | @galerarecord
É meio impossível fazer uma resenha completa do quinto livro de uma série sem liberar uma centena de spoilers dos 4 anteriores. Então, neste post eu darei apenas minha opinião sobre os dois tomos de Império de Tempestades.
Eu realmente fui ingênua o bastante para achar que a série tinha chegado em seu ápice com Rainha das Sombras. Cometi o equívoco de subestimar Sarah J. Maas e pensar que nada podia ser como o quarto volume. Como era de se esperar, 𝙚𝙪 𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙖𝙫𝙖 𝙚𝙧𝙧𝙖𝙙𝙖.
𝗧𝗢𝗠𝗢 𝟭: Nesta primeira parte do quinto livro eu achei o começo meio devagar. Talvez eu tenha tido essa impressão por esperar o mesmo ritmo do quarto volume e não é bem o que temos, pelo menos não durante o livro todo. Mas isso não é algo negativo, pois outras áreas que pra mim são importantes – como drama pessoal dos personagens e seus respectivos romances (amo) – ganham espaço.
E por falar em personagens, não é maravilhoso quando um personagem de quem não esperamos nada se torna mais importante pra história? Foi assim com Elide Lochan. Se em Rainha das Sombras Manon Bico negro ganhou um pedaço do meu coração, em Império de tempestades foi a vez de Elide ganhar o dela. (P.S: o pedaço da Manon está ainda maior agora).
𝗧𝗢𝗠𝗢 𝟮: Lembram do começo do post quando eu disse que Império de Tempestades era tão bom quanto Rainha das sombras? Bem, eu disse isso não tanto pelo tomo 1 e sim pelo tomo 2, que é a definição de perfeição.
Nesta segunda parte as coisas pegam fogo do começo ao fim. É fogo no parquinho que você quer? Pois é fogo no parquinho que você vai ter. Principalmente com aquele final que não superei até hoje (💔). Eu não estou brincando quando digo que esse livro é eita atrás de eita.
Preciso dizer que Aelin está ainda mais maravilhosa neste livro? Já disse e repito: ela é a personagem mais incrível que já vi na vida. Me faltam palavras cada vez que eu falo sobre ela, Aelin é a dona do meu coração.
E a conclusão que podemos tirar depois deste post é: 𝐓𝐑𝐎𝐍𝐎 𝐃𝐄 𝐕𝐈𝐃𝐑𝐎 = 𝐓𝐔𝐃𝐎 𝐏𝐑𝐀 𝐌𝐈𝐌.
❓: Você já leu Trono de Vidro?
21 1966 hours ago
Rereading one of my favorites 😍😍😍 a court of thorns and roses
"İnsan bağışlayarak yener yanlışı. İnsanın acısını insan alır. İyilik böyle kolay yenilemez..."
"Susmak insanın sözünü büyütüyorsa erdemdir. Bir yaprağı bile kıpırdatamaz yoksa suskunluk. Ne kadar cılız, ne kadar yanlış olursa olsun boşlukta iz bırakacak tek şey sözdür. Yağmur yağmazsa kim bilebilir bulutların yükünü. Kendi gerçeğini kendi sesiyle ışıtır insan."
'Kimse kimsenin yerine yaşayamaz.'
"Ölenler ölümü bilmez, ölüm kalanlar içindir."
"Kendi içine bakmayı birazcık bilen herkes, sesinin tınısından içindeki bataklığın kıvamını görürdü."
. «Geceyi seyrede seyrede öğrendim ki ışık insanın içinde yanmıyorsa yüzüne vurmuyor.» .
... uçsuz bucaksız azınlığın, uçsuz bucaksız çoğunluğa dönüşmesi dileğiyle.
Wow, Jensen is NOT AFRAID to break hearts. After I finished The Bridge Kingdom, I knew I had to read more by this author. While the writing style is a little less developed than in Bridge Kingdom, this was equally engaging and beautiful. ✨ Filled with romance and tragedy, and a unique world of trolls. Not ugly, stupid trolls as we first think of, but on par with the Fae. But their world is dying, there’s an illusive curse plaguing their land, and an iron rot that leaves some weak or disfigured. •
We watch Marc try to help bring their world to a better place, wanting those of half troll heritage be equal, as well as those who have weaker magic. Penelope is a troll who has never known freedom, thanks to her weaker magic. Kept under lock and key by her father, she’s only just begun to live and love. This is full of dark plots, heartbreak, romance, and tragedy. 💔 As a prequel to the series, I’d recommend reading it before the rest of the books!
Book Pictured: The Broken Ones by Danielle L. Jensen 🌟: 4/5
It may be snowing outside but the flowers make it feel like spring inside. I can not wait for it to be spring for real and to be able to be outdoors more. I love spring because it feels like a time of growth and renewal. What’s your favorite season?
29 97519 February, 2020
Wow I read The Song of Achilles fast! 😍📖 Such a beautifully written book. Now I want to read more Greek stories! 🙌 Any recommendations? I could continue in the Percy Jackson series.
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Thanks to the tagged publishers for my gifted copies!
I'm doin' the best I ever did,
I'm doin' the best that I can.
I'm doin' the best I ever did!
Now go away..... I’m READING! 🤣
Anyone remember that song?
Another epic pub day for the books!
Death in the Family: A storm-struck island. A blood-soaked bed. A missing man. In this captivating mystery that's perfect for fans of Knives Out, Senior Investigator Shana Merchant discovers that murder is a family affair.
No Bad Deed: Packed with the electrifying pacing and pulse-pounding suspense of Harlan Coben and Lisa Gardner, a thrilling debut about a mother desperate to find the connections between her missing husband and a deadly stalker who knows too much about her own dark family history.
The Lucky One: an unforgettable, chilling novel about a young woman who recognizes the man who kidnapped her as a child, setting off a search for justice, and into danger.
The Holdout: One juror changed the verdict. What if she was wrong?
The Opposite of Fate: Who gets to choose? When a young woman emerges from a lengthy coma-like state she must face the decisions that were made about her body without her consent.
Amnesty: A riveting, suspenseful, and exuberant novel about a young illegal immigrant who must decide whether to report crucial information about a murder and thereby risk deportation.
Foul is Fair: a bloody, thrilling revenge fantasy for the girls who have had enough. Golden boys beware: something wicked this way comes.
Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies: Brutally honest, often hilarious, hard-won lessons in learning to love and care for yourself from a young vice president at Comedy Central who was called “ahead of her time” by Jordan Peele.
The Sun Down Motel: omething hasn’t been right at the roadside Sun Down Motel for a very long time, and Carly Kirk is about to find out why.
Which of these are you picking up today?
109 49518 February, 2020
Person: *says they are reading a book I’ve read and loved*
Me: OMG I LOVED THIS BOOK!!!
Them: What was your fave part? Fave character? Oh wasn’t it great when this happened???
I don’t know if it’s that I read so many things or if I just have so many other things using up my brain space or maybe I have some weird book amnesia or just a REALLY AWFUL memory (highly doubtful I can remember the strangest, unremarkable details of my childhood) but I basically can’t remember much of probably like 95% of what I read…just how it made me feel basically.
So, book friends, I’m sorry if you try to talk about a book with me that I read like more than a few weeks ago. That dumb look on my face is me trying to recall any detail I can hang on to that isn’t I REALLY LIKED IT!!! SO GOOD!! YAY BOOK! I READ IT!
And also the even bigger apology: I’m sorry, dear books, it wasn’t you. You were memorable and wonderful….my brain just doesn’t like to retain this info. For that I am eternally sorry. It’s not you, it’s me.
Anyone else have a hard time remembering the books they read?
Have you ever watched wrestling?
Ladies and Gentlemen, it's Friday night, and these kids are ready to wrestle! Join Dangerous Daddoo as he dishes out some serious moves to get the kids ready for bed. But what happens when Flying Mom Bomb gets home from work? Are the kids toast?
This charming and quirky family will teach you a new Bedtime Blitz everyone will enjoy.
Thank you to @macmillankidsbooks for sending me a copy of the book and teaming up with me for a great giveaway! Check out how to enter below:
Enter to win a copy of Friday Night Wrestlefest
- follow me, @macmillankidsbooks, @micahplayer and @storygramkids
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